The Big Ten hasn't exactly been a breeding ground for quarterbacks the past few seasons.
But with a two-time conference offensive player of the year, the reigning Rose Bowl champion and a former top-ranked prospect all returning, among others, 2014 has a chance to be a seminal year for the position in the league.
In reading the projection of the stats of these players, a few things must be kept in mind. Some of the Big Ten QB situations haven't been settled, and in those cases, this list is a projection of who will win the job. Furthermore, it's also a projection of good health, since predicting injuries seemed too random.
The numbers are based on a full 12-game schedule.
Other factors that came into play were the player's stats from last year, the scheme he plays in, how he's improved this offseason (based on reports from camp) and who returns on the offense around him.
Sound off below and let me know if anything sticks out.